Birth Date:  15 Apr 1994
Place of Birth:  BAHAMAS
Country of birth:  BAH
Age:  24
Gender:   Female

Weight (Kg):  0

Events and Medals

Sport Event Rank
ATH Athletics Women's 200m 1 Gold
Women's 4 x 100m Relay DNS

Shaunae MILLER-UIBO - Records

Record Event Mark Date Location
GR Women's 200m Final 22.09 12 April, 2018 Gold Coast (AUS)

Shaunae MILLER-UIBO - Schedule

Time Event Status
Tue, 10 Apr 12:34
Women's 200m Round 1 - Heat 3
Wed, 11 Apr 20:18
Women's 200m Semifinal 2
Thu, 12 Apr 21:38
Gold Medal Event Women's 200m Final
Sat, 14 Apr 14:57
Gold Medal Event Women's 4 x 100m Relay Final


DNS: Did not start
GR: Commonwealth Games Record

Biographical Information

Commonwealth Games
2014 Glasgow, SCO Women's 400m 6 53.08
2014 Glasgow, SCO Women's 4 x 400m Relay 7 3:34.86

Olympic Games
2016 Rio de Janeiro, BRA Women's 400m 1 49.44
2012 London, GBR Women's 400m DNF r1h2 -

World Championships
2017 London, GBR Women's 200m 3 22.15
2017 London, GBR Women's 400m 4 50.49
2015 Beijing, CHN Women's 400m 2 49.67
2015 Beijing, CHN Women's 4 x 400m Relay 6r1h2 3:28.46
2013 Moscow, RUS Women's 200m 4 22.74
2013 Moscow, RUS Women's 4 x 100m Relay DSQ r1h2 -

Nickname: Too Kaute
Previous names: MILLER
Occupation: Athlete
Education: Business management at the University of Georgia, Athens, USA
Languages spoken: English

PERSONAL: Lance BRAUMAN (USA), Gary EVANS (USA) (, 22 Aug 2015)

Sporting relatives

Father Shaun and mother May have been involved in athletics administration for the Bahamas. Grand-uncle Leslie MILLER ran the 400m at 1968 Mexico Olympic Games and husband Maicel UIBO (EST) competed in decathlon at Rio 2016 Olympic Games. (, 2012; IAAF, 08 Dec 2011)


Injured hamstring in 400m heat at London 2012 Olympic Games and failed to finish. (, 15 Jun 2015)

Reason: Comes from a family involved in athletics and would race her older sister around the bases on the softball diamond. (, 05 Oct 2015; 08 Dec 2011)
Memorable: "The time I won the overall trophy award for the 10-and-under girls' category at the Caribbean Union of Teachers Games held in Jamaica in 2004. It was the first national team I ever made and it also gave me a greater insight into what I could actually achieve." (, 15 Jun 2015)
Hero: French sprinter Marie-Jose PEREC (, 15 Jun 2015)
Additional information

Married Estonian Olympic decathlete Maicel UIBO in February 2017. (, Jul 2017)

Received Prime Minister's Award for National Pride as Overall Athlete of the Year at 2015 Bahamas National Sports Awards. (, 23 Nov 2015)

Won Rio 2016 Olympic Games 400m final by 0.07 seconds with a dive at the line to defeat favourite Allyson FELIX (USA). She claimed that she tripped and fell. (, 16 Aug 2016)

Flagbearer for Bahamas at Rio 2016 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. (, 15 Aug 2016)

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Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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